• Fido In-Store BYOD Deal: 10GB for $65/month (for 12 months)



    $7.50 CAD seems to be the best per-gigabyte going rate for Big Three LTE data in Ontario—that is unless you happen upon a Fido store with a notice like this.

    Someone posted the photo above to Red Flag Deals, taken at the Markville Mall Fido kiosk, where new signups can get their Rogers-flavoured data for only $6.50/month.

    With a catch, of course.

    The catch is a $10 bill credit that's only good for 12 months; after that you'll be paying the same $75/month as you would on Koodo or Virgin. The good news is that your 10GBs won't be chopped down to 5 after 24 months like it would had you chose Koodo.

    And to be clear, Fido's 12-month $10/month bill credit applies to 4 and 6GB BYOD plans as well.

    Source: RFD via iPhone in Canada

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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Fido In-Store BYOD Deal: 10GB for $65/month (for 12 months) started by acurrie View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. The_Night_Owl's Avatar
      The_Night_Owl -
      Quote Originally Posted by acurrie View Post
      The good news is that your 10GBs won't be chopped down to 5 after 24 months like it would had you chose Koodo.
      Koodo's Nitty Gritty point 5:
      Get the $75 No Tab, Tab Small or Tab Medium plan and receive a 5 GB bonus data every month – over 24 months that represents 120 GB of bonus data. The bonus 5GB of data never drops off the plan, customers will continue to get a total of 10GB each billing cycle for as long as they remain on the plan.
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    1. acurrie's Avatar
      acurrie -
      Ah, so they changed the fine print since last week... good. And thanks for the update!
    1. The_Night_Owl's Avatar
      The_Night_Owl -
      Yeah, @turbogeek posted it in the Koodo Mobile forum a few hours before your post. You're welcome!

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